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  • 1.Sigma Phi Epsilon

    1121 W 4th Ave

    Stillwater,OK

    0.81 mi

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05/17/2017
By: Candace H.
Oklahoma State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital
They don't even deserve a one star rating! They could have done more to save my 8 year old Golden. My Rylee girl had 2 tumors on her leg. We agreed to cut them out as I left her for surgery and then I get a call from the doctor saying we amputate her leg or we do nothing. Amputation has a minimal to no chance of dying.. after stitching her up they said she threw a clot in her lungs.. she over came it once then started having complications and they aren't sure what happened after that. Possible clotting all over... but they did nothing!! No blood transfusion.. no blood thinners.. nothing!! My baby girl was happy and all her labs prior to surgery tested great!! I firmly believe they didn't respond quickly, weren't prepared, or didn't know what they were doing, and because of that we lost her. On top of all of this I paid them $1,200 and they keep calling me and sending letters for another $600!!!! This place is a joke.. if anything I deserve my $1,200 back for their lack of training and guidance of care!!!
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04/09/2016
By: Lindsey T.
Oklahoma State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital
My bloodhound Chief got out of my backyard while I was at work and was hit by a car. The person that hit him brought him here to the ER but it was too late. Chief didnt have his collar on and they found me on facebook after seeing my post that Chief was missing. The staff was very kind and made this traumatic experience easier. My husband went to pick Chief up and they put him in a nice casket box and made a clay paw print for me. No charge. Thank you so much for being so sympathetic. This is a difficult time for me and I'm so happy I have his paw print to frame and am able to bury him at home.
06/05/2015
By: Redbuglady@ yahoo.com F.
Oklahoma State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital
Thank You Dr. Sussemam & student Caleb for excellent ER care given Lola my yorky mix this week... We presented with a bowel obstruction which was resolved by the extremely attentive & professional care of this caring Dr. & student Caleb!
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03/01/2015
By: Kara B.
Oklahoma State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital
We referred to the small animal hospital by our vet in Norman. The vet and 4th year vet student, Eunice, were absolutely wonderful. They couldn't save our little 3.1 pound tea cup yorkie. However, they did everything they could. They were so compassionate. Eunice has called to check on since his passing on Feb. 17. It was very emotional for my husband and me. Eunice cried right along with us. We could really tell she cared.
02/21/2014
By: Barb W.
Oklahoma State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital
The wonderful vets there saved our Boston Terrier's Eye after her scratch turned ulcer ruptured! We drove 2 hours to get her there & they operated as soon as they saw the extent of the damage & could get the OR ready! Great followup visits, too!
03/21/2013
By: intelligent_consumer
Oklahoma State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital
I did a lot of research to find a vet…I did a lot of research to find a vet that offered a thimerosal free vaccine for rabies. The OSU vet school actually took the time to check and called me back to tell me yes they did have that type of vaccine. I got an appointment for my dog to get a rabies shot. The exam room had 4 cameras and two microphones for teaching purposes I am sure. They asked me a lot of questions that didn't pertain to getting the rabies shot for my dog. The student conducting the interview and initial exam was very nice and she was as gentle with my dog as possible. I did not like them taking my dog to another room where I couldn't see what they were doing or the fact that the actual Vet came in and argued with me about what my pet needed. He wanted to give her a cocktail of vaccines and he tried to push heart-worm medicine at me when it is not necessary since it is too cold for mosquitoes in this area at this time.
03/20/2013
By: intelligent_consumer
Oklahoma State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital
I did a lot of research to find a vet that offered a thimerosal free vaccine for rabies. The OSU vet school actually too the time to check and called me back to tell me yes they did have that time of vaccine. I got an appointment for my dog to get a rabies shot. The exam room had 4 cameras and two microphones for teaching purposes I am sure. They asked me a lot of questions that didn't pertain to getting the rabies shot for my dog. The student conducting the interview and initial exam was very nice and she was as gentle with my dog as possible. I did not like them taking my dog to another room where I couldn't see what they were doing or the fact that the actual Vet came in and argued with me about what my pet needed. He wanted to give her a cocktail of vaccines and he tried to push heart-worm medicine at me when it is not necessary since it is too cold for mosquitoes in this area
11/21/2012
By: dogloveralways
Oklahoma State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital
I don't like students working on my animals, I would rather a doctor with experience work on my animals. I wasn't happy with my experience there at all.

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